he compulsion to explore something sinister within. Mistrusting deep instincts. Out of touch with innate inner knowing. Healing comes from learning how to trust your deep instincts. You have a blind spot for the darkness within you and within others. You don’t recognize the shadow within you. You are slow to recognize the shadow in others. Gullibility. Profoundly disturbing lessons needed to get in touch your instincts. Learning who to trust. Learning who not to trust. Stockholm Syndrome. Learning what it means to get your hands dirty. Learning the complexity of “right” and “wrong.” Deep suffering through broken trust. Healing comes from learning how to trust again. You trust the wrong people. Bitterness through being hurt by the ones you trust the most. Healing comes from transforming the bitterness.

When I let up from the weed, and the drinking too, I cried every day. And I liked that. I like crying. And now I not only wanna cry and show my crying to other people, I wanna just split myself down the middle and open my guts and just throw everything out!

― Woody Harrelson

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Healing relationships with the dead. Coming to terms with how death affects your life. Coming to terms with your own inevitable death. Facing the fear of dying. Helping others cope with death and dying. Helping others cope with grieving. Grief counselors. Trauma counselors. Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. The key to healing is embracing your “dark passenger.” Healing comes through exploring a murky path. Feeling compelled to help others along their journey of uncovering the shadow self. The key to wholeness is resolving generations of karma. The key to healing is breaking generational patterns of behavior. You become a mentor by addressing your addictions. You become a teacher by confronting your compulsions. You become a guide when you are no longer a slave to your desires. You create a bridge between the lower and higher selves by embracing the best and worst of who you are.

### People with Chiron / Pluto aspects

- Patty Hearst: Chiron quincunx Pluto
- Ram Dass: Chiron sextile Pluto
- Timothy Leary: Chiron square Pluto
- William S. Burroughs: Chiron tridecile Pluto
- Anaïs Nin: Chiron quincunx Pluto
- Henry Miller: Chiron quintile Pluto
- Whitney Houston: Chiron opposite Pluto
- R. Kelly: Chiron opposite Pluto
- Elisabeth Kübler-Ross: Chiron quintile Pluto
- Shania Twain: Chiron opposite Pluto
- Dr. Phil: Chiron trine Pluto
- Michael C. Hall (Dexter): Chiron opposite Pluto
- Amy Winehouse: Chiron biquintile Pluto

## Pluto / Chiron Aspects

1st harmonic, 1/1. This aspect comes from taking the 360 degrees of a circle and dividing by 1, then multiplying by 1. Like this, 360 / 1 = 360 x 1 = 360.

Intensity and emphasis; focus/focal point; impact. Lack of awareness. Concentration of energy. Fusion. Fusing disparate energies together.

1/20 harmonic. This aspect comes from dividing the 360 degrees of a circle by 20, then multiply by 1. Like this, 360 / 20 = 18 x 1 = 18.

1/12 harmonic. Take the 360 degrees of a circle, and divide by 12, then multiply by 1. Like this, 360 / 12 = 30 x 1 = 30 . Or, 360 / 6 = 60 / 2 = 30 (half a sextile).

The natural next step; the next thing that needs to be done; how one thing naturally leads to another; what you should be preparing for next; where things are heading, whether you want them to go there or not. What all your hard work and preparation are for. The next big thing. Natural direction.

What you might be blind to. Something just over your shoulder, out of sight, and beyond the periphery of your vision. A blindspot. The thing that came immediately before, and is already nearly forgotten. Efforts at memory. Reclaiming. People who don’t have your best interests at heart. Better work on some yoga moves to look over your shoulder, and behind your back.

1/10 harmonic. This aspect comes from dividing the 360 degrees of a circle by 10, then multiply by 1. Like this, 360 / 10 = 36 x 1 = 36.

1/9 harmonic. This aspect comes from dividing the 360 degrees of a circle by 9, then multiply by 1. Like this, 360 / 9 = 40 x 1 = 40.

1/8 harmonic. Take the 360 degrees of a circle and divide by 8, then multiply by 1. Like this, 360 / 8 = 45 x 1 = 45. Or, take a square, and split it in half. Like this, 360 / 4 = 90 / 2 = 45.

1/8 harmonic. This aspect comes from dividing the 360 degrees of a circle by 8, then multiply by 1. Like this, 360 / 8 = 45° x 1 = 45°. This aspect is the same as the semi-square.

Some of the posts may show the octile at 90°. This is a known error and I’m working on fixing it, but I have to edit each post individually, and that takes more time than I have right now!

1/7 harmonic. This aspect comes from dividing the 360 degrees of a circle by 7, then multiply by 1. Like this, 360 / 7 = 51.26° x 1 = 51.26°.

1/6 harmonic. Take the 360 degrees of a circle and divide by 6, then multiply by 1. Like this, 360 / 6 = 60 x 1 = 60. Or, take a trine, and split it in half. Like this, 360 / 3 = 120 / 2 = 60.

Opportunities for positive change; awareness of a time to take positive advantage; opportunities that pass unnoticed without conscious effort. No, there may not be another chance. Learning to be quicker to act on good luck. Learning not to let good things pass you by. Learning that positive experiences require effort too. Positive doesn’t mean passive.

This aspect comes from dividing the 360 degrees of a circle by 10, then multiplying by 2. Like this, 360 / 10 = 36 x 2 = 72. This aspect is the same as a quintile.

1/5 harmonic. This aspect comes from dividing the 360 degrees of a circle by 5, then multiply by 1. Like this, 360 / 5 = 72 x 1 = 72.

Creativity, talents, quirks, special skills.

2/9 harmonic. This aspect comes from dividing the 360 degrees of a circle by 9, then multiplying by 2. Like this, 360 / 9 = 40 x 2 = 80.

1/4 harmonic This aspect comes from dividing the 360 degrees of a circle by 4, then multiplying by 1. Like this, 360 / 4 = 90 x 1 = 90.

Dynamic creative tension; inner stress and tension that build until you are forced to find creative solutions. Opportunities to push your limits to greater achievement; inner restlessness and lack of satisfaction that impel you to make changes and push yourself; you are challenged to combine these energies; applying energy to solve a problem; creative problem-solving. Internal stress and tension. Something needs to give.

2/7 harmonic. This aspect comes from dividing the 360 degrees of a circle by 7, then multiply by 2. Like this, 360 / 7 = 51.26° x 2 = 102° 51’26”.

This aspect comes from dividing the 360 degrees of a circle by 10, then multiply by 3. Like this, 360 / 10 = 36 x 3 = 108.

This aspect comes from dividing the 360 degrees of a circle by 9 , then multiply by 3. Like this, 360 / 9 = 40 x 3 = 120.

Same as the trine.

1/3 harmonic. This aspect comes from dividing the 360 degrees of a circle by 3, then multiply by 1. Like this, 360 / 3 = 120 x 1 = 120.

Flow. Ease. Status quo. Circumstances and characteristics that are not changing. Things that are stable; maintaining the status quo; peace and tranquility; idleness; good times; use these gifts to your advantage. Negatively, unimpeded flow. Events that cannot be stopped. Unstoppable, sweeping movement. Lack of self-discipline. Laziness and self-indulgence. Times that are easy, lacking challenge and opportunities for growth. Taking situations for granted. Keeping everything like it is. If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.

5/8 harmonic. Take the 360 degrees of a circle and divide by 8, then multiply by 5. Like this, 360 / 8 = 45 x 5 = 135.

Blockages. Physical manifestation of problems and accidents. Inner psychological blockages that manifest as outer events.

2/5 harmonic. This aspect comes from dividing the 360 degrees of a circle by 5, then multiply by 2. Like this, 360 / 5 = 72 x 2 = 144.

5/12 harmonic. Take the 360 degrees of a circle and divide by 12, then multiply by 5. Like this, 360 / 12 = 30 x 5 = 150.

Adjusting expectations; tempering over-enthusiasm and over-reaching; keeping yourself in check; adjusting to meet changing circumstances; doing what you need to do to make things work. Adjusting your attitude. Adjusting your perspective. Making-do in uncomfortable situations. Developing flexibility and adaptability. Bending, until you almost break. A see-saw, with too much weight on one side, and not enough on the other side.

The term “inconjunct” is often conflated with the word “quincunx” in astrology. All quincunxes are inconjuncts but not all inconjuncts are quincunxes. Some inconjuncts are semi-sextiles.

3/7 harmonic This aspect comes from dividing the 360 degrees of a circle by 7, then multiply by 3. Like this, 360 / 7 = 51.26° x 3 = 154° 17’ 08”.

4/9 harmonic. This aspect comes from dividing the 360 degrees of a circle by 9, then multiply by 4. Like this, 360 / 9 = 40 x 4 = 160.

11/24 harmonic. This aspect comes from dividing the 360 degrees of a circle into 15-degree equal segments. Like this, 360 / 24 = 15, then multiply by 11. Like this, 360 / 24 = 15 x 11 = 165.

This aspect does not make sense to me at the moment, but here’s the link.

I would think a quin-decile would take the 360 degrees of a circle, divide by 10, then multiply by 5. Like this 360 / 10 = 36 x 5 = 180. Which is exactly the same as an opposition, because it is a 5/10 harmonic, which reduces to 1/2 harmonic. 360 / 2 = 180 x 1 = 180.

2nd harmonic, 1/2. This aspect comes from dividing the 360 degrees of a circle by 2, then multiply by 1. Like this, 360 / 2 = 180 x 1 = 180.

Challenges from outside; awareness of other options; opportunities that require you to stretch outside your known boundaries; an opportunity to stand back and reflect; seeing yourself from a distance; putting yourself in someone else’s shoes; seeing yourself through someone else’s eyes. Gaining awareness. Seeing a situation from a new vantage point. Getting distance, and gaining perspective.

This aspect comes from dividing the 360 degrees of a circle by 7, then multiply by 4.

This aspect comes from dividing the 360 degrees of a circle by 7, then multiply by 5.

This aspect comes from dividing the 360 degrees of a circle by 7, then multiply by 6.

### Chiron #2060

- Cheiron
- The Wounded Healer

- Alternative medicine
- Bridge
- Chronic pain
- Coping
- Damage / Hit points
- Exhaustion
- Fatigue
- Guide
- Hands, healing hand (Cheiron means 'hand')
- Healing & Wholeness
- Healing psychic wounds of rejection, restoring spirit to body (from the Centaur Report)
- Identity crisis?
- Injury
- Key
- Learning
- Loophole
- Maverick
- Mentor / Teacher - and having your pupils turn against you, even if it's unintentional on their part
- Putting the 'Chiron' in chronic pain
- Quest
- Reaching the limit of your abilities & realizing it's time to move on from a particular path, calling, or profession
- Rejection by your parents
- 'Right to die' issues
- Unsolvable problem
- Worn out
- Wounded

- Centaur
- Shot by his pupil, Heracles, with an arrow poisoned with the blood of the Hydra
- He was shot in either the foot or the thigh
- Spent the rest of his life trying to alleve the pain of the wound
- He willingly gave up immortality to die and escape chronic pain

- Associate of the Centaurs: Pholus, Nessus
- Father of Euippe
- Grandson of Uranus
- Husband of Chariklo
- Son of Saturn (Cronus, Chronos, Kronos)
- Son of Philyra
- Teacher of heroes (Asclepius, Aristaeus, Actaeon, Achilles, Jason, Medus) Source
- Victim of the Hydra. The arrow that hit Chiron was poisoned with the Hydra's blood (each time you cut one of the Hydra's heads off, two new heads grow).

### Pluto

- Hades
- Pluton
- "The Rich One"
- Dispater

- Buried Treasure (How Dirty Do Your Hands Have to Get?)
- Cleansing & Renewal
- Corruption & Annihilation
- Descent
- How much are you willing to change to get the power you want
- How power transforms you (better or worse)
- Magic & Sorcery
- Manipulation & Power Struggles
- Passion & Consumption
- Rebirth
- Soul retrieval
- The thing that's taking a toll on your life (the thing that's killing you right now)
- Transformation & Alchemy
- Trash
- Underbelly & the Seedy Side of Life
- Underground & Mining
- Underworld & Criminal Activity
- What level of corruption will you stoop to in order to achieve the power you crave?
- You can transform only so much before you become unrecognizable (do the people you loved still know you?)

- Abducted Persephone
- All the gems and precious metals under the Earth belong to him, but he owns no property above ground except a few temples
- His most prized possession is the
**Helmet of Invisibility**

- Captive
- Conspiracy theorist
- Criminal
- Detective
- Dis-empowered person
- Garbage collector
- Hostage
- Kidnapper
- Paranoid person (in Aquarius = Paranoid Android)
- Powerful person
- Psychologist
- Rehabilitator
- Researcher
- Saboteur
- Shaman
- Spy
- Svengali
- Therapist
- Transformer
- Up-cycler
- Usurper
- Villain

- Jupiter / Pluto make a conjunction every 12.46 years
- Saturn / Pluto make a conjunction every 33.42 years
- Uranus / Pluto conjunction varies between 126.95 to 170+ years
- Neptune / Pluto make a conjunction every 492.328 years

*Pushing Through Time: Synodic Cycles and Their Developing Phases*by Georgia Stathis